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UP panchayat election results 2021: Crowds defy Covid norms at counting centre in Hathras

Counting of votes for UP panchayat polls under way. The Supreme Court directed that there will be a strict curfew in the entire state till Tuesday morning and no victory rallies will be permitted.

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Published on 2 May 2021 4:59 AM GMT

UP panchayat election results 2021: Crowds defy Covid norms at counting centre in Hathras
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Counting of votes for UP panchayat polls under way. The Supreme Court directed that there will be a strict curfew in the entire state till Tuesday morning and no victory rallies will be permitted.

Uttar Pradesh witnessed a four-phase Panchayat Election 2021 in 75 districts, including Lucknow, Allahabad, Varanasi, Kanpur and Amethi. The first phase of the election took place on April 15, while the second phase of polling was held on April 19. The third and fourth phase was held on April 26 and April 29 respectively.

Lakhs of candidates were in the fray for over 7.32 lakh seats in the gram panchayat wards, 58,176 in the gram panchayats, 75,852 in the kshetra panchayats and 3,050 in the zila panchayats in the statewide elections held over four phases. Polling was held on April 15 in the first phase, on April 19 in the second, April 26 in the third and April 29 in the fourth phase.

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